LG E970 shows up in benchmark result with Adreno 320 graphics


It looks like LG is just about ready to introduce another superphone. One LG E970 has made an appearance in GLBenchmark. From the looks of things, it apparently houses a 720p display and an Adreno 320 GPU, a chip found on Qualcomm’s most powerful chipsets. Believed to be an AT&T phone, the device scored 60FPS (give or take a few tenths of a point) in both the 2.1 Egypt and 2.1 Pro standard tests.

Of course, a display with vsync would limit the tests from pushing frame rates higher, but there should be no doubt that the E970 would be able to handle the most exhausting tests. For now, we’ve got a name and a benchmark, and if we hear anything more we’ll be bringing it straight to you. [GL Benchmark via Engadget]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. No one is gonna buy these shitty LG phones.. There, I said it.
    Now close up shop and let the big boys play.

    1. something like that : D

    2. The honchos heads at LG have no clues about the reality of the smartphone business. They think smart phones are like washing machines

  2. Doesn’t matter how powerful or cool the hardwares are, LG’s shitty UI and buggy software will ruin everything.

    1. Rooting and installing a custom Rom should solve the touchwiz copy cat problem.

      1. That takes a development community, and even with kickass specs, it won’t get support like an HTC.

  3. LG phones are tight in terms of hardware. They just need to work on their software.

    1. This is exactly why I have been saying I want a LG Nexus device!

    2. They need to work on their company image. It feels like a cheaper Samsung device…

      When the mass public hears of an LG phone, they think “ewww… I don’t want some crap LG thing”

  4. LG has good phones but software updating sucks. I can care less about their UI cause I’ll just get a different launched.

  5. They just need to show the phone itself next time. I could care less bout benchmarks. Show us the phone first then we will talk.

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